Horses for Sale near Danville, PA

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Tara - Mare in Hegins, PA
Tara
Here is a stunning 13 year old mare out of sire( Pleasant view King ),Tara ..
Hegins, Pennsylvania
Black
Percheron
Mare
13
Hegins, PA
PA
$4,500
gambler - Gelding in Schuylkill Haven, PA
Gambler
Beautiful 5 yr old jet black mini gelding. Very friendly. Loves attention...
Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania
Black
Miniature
Gelding
5
Schuylkill Haven, PA
PA
$1,200
Cheyenne - Mare in McAlisterville, PA
Cheyenne
17 years old, barefoot. Walk/trot/canter. Great on trails and in the arena..
Mcalisterville, Pennsylvania
Red Roan
Appaloosa
Mare
18
Mcalisterville, PA
PA
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Honey - Mare in Palmyra, PA
Honey
2016 Registered Appaloosa Mare - Not Gonna Touch This - sired by Always In ..
Palmyra, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Appaloosa
Mare
4
Palmyra, PA
PA
$6,000
Jana Berri Bee - Mare in Milton, PA
Jana Berri Bee
2014 sorrel AQHA mare Jana Berri Bee. Trail rides, goes through water, ride..
Milton, Pennsylvania
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
6
Milton, PA
PA
$4,800
Ryder - Gelding in Duncannon, PA
Ryder
Ryder is looking for his next job. Very leveled headed and willing. Will do..
Duncannon, Pennsylvania
Bay
Thoroughbred
Gelding
14
Duncannon, PA
PA
$3,000
Bentley - Gelding in Duncannon, PA
Bentley
14.2 hand paint draft cross gelding born 2009. He is flashy with chrome in ..
Duncannon, Pennsylvania
Other
Other
Gelding
11
Duncannon, PA
PA
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 - Mare in Mcclure, PA
Quarter Horse Mare
Ladybug Heavy built pony mare -loves kids -Lead line W/T also told she driv..
Mcclure, Pennsylvania
Black
Quarter Horse
Mare
17
Mcclure, PA
PA
$800
 - Mare in Waller, KY
Kentucky Mountain Mare
Young beautiful with a perfect gait. Needs loving home, have disabilities ..
Waller, Kentucky
Other
Kentucky Mountain
Mare
11
Waller, KY
KY
$1,000
 - Gelding in Howard, PA
Rocky Mountain Gelding
Koda (Registered Name - Keeper) is super adorable. He is naturally gaited a..
Howard, Pennsylvania
Chocolate
Rocky Mountain
Gelding
9
Howard, PA
PA
$1,500
 - Mare in Kutztown, PA
Quarter Horse Mare
Frenchmanfrostykiss is a 4yr old mare with a sweet disposition. ahe is very..
Kutztown, Pennsylvania
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
8
Kutztown, PA
PA
$5,000
 - Mare in Kempton, PA
Appaloosa Mare
Natalie is a 15yr. old, 15hh, Appaloosa-Thoroughbred mare. She is quiet and..
Kempton, Pennsylvania
Bay
Appaloosa
Mare
21
Kempton, PA
PA
$150
 - Gelding in Benton, PA
Paint Gelding
Beautiful and loving boy. Loves the woods. Up to date on shots, great for ..
Benton, Pennsylvania
Tobiano
Paint
Gelding
-
Benton, PA
PA
$1,500
Archer
Looking for a Christmas present for someone? Fancy Welsh bay colt looking f..
Lebanon, Pennsylvania
Bay
Welsh Pony
Stallion
1
Lebanon, PA
PA
$2,000
Pearly Girl
Pearly girl, "Pearl", is a 3 year old Apha registered palomino ov..
Canton, Pennsylvania
Palomino
Paint
Mare
4
Canton, PA
PA
$1,500

About Danville,PA

As Europeans explored the coastal regions reachable from ships at the dawn of the 17th Century, the whole valley of the Susquehanna from South-central New York state to the upper Chesapeake Bay was owned by the fierce Iroquois-like Susquehannock people, like the Erie people, an Iroquoian speaking tribe with a similar related culture. As the European wars of religion lulled before the cataclysm of the Thirty Years' War, ca. 1600 AD the protestant Dutch traders first entered the Delaware Valley and began regularly trading firearms for furs, especially highly valued Beaver Pelts with the inland Susquehannock people in the vicinity of greater Philadelphia. Although the Susquehannocks lived well inland their hunting range owned the rich Beaver territory of the entire Susquehanna River drainage basin, since the Susquehannock's range also included hunting the Schuylkill and Lehigh Rivers and their tributaries (which they historically disputed by occasional mutual raiding with the Algonquian Delaware people dwelling along the Atlantic coastal strip extending west from Delaware and southern New Jersey into the Poconos), the Susquehanna had a wealth of coveted Beaver pelts, and so became formidably well armed. About the time New Sweden (1638) was founded, the Iroquois Confederacy began a series of escalating wars setting Indian versus Indian called the Beaver Wars—that ultimately would open up the frontier to white settlers—deadly long running territorial wars between Amerindian peoples for fur hunting and trapping territories.